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Images Dated 4th January 2008

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Mars, composite satellite images Featured 4 Jan 2008 Print

Mars, composite satellite images

Mars. Composite satellite images of the surface of Mars from multiple aspects. North is at top. Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun, and is a rocky desert world. Its diameter is around half that of Earth's, and the surface area is about the same as Earth's land surface area. It has a thin carbon dioxide atmosphere, which forms ice at the poles. There are large canyons, volcanoes and craters on Mars. The orange colour is due to the iron oxides in the rocks. These images were created using data from the Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft's Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter

© DETLEV VAN RAVENSWAAY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Im Roten Hirschen - The red deer - illustrated score cover 1921 Featured 4 Jan 2008 Print

Im Roten Hirschen - The red deer - illustrated score cover 1921

Im Roten Hirschen - The red deer - illustrated score cover 1921 Im Roten Hirschen - score cover. Viennese romance - early 19th century couple drinking red wine, raising a toast in the Red Deer'. Schubert style.Viennese romance - early 19th century couple drinking red wine, raising a toast in the Red Deer'. Schubert style.Published by Wiener-Bohme Verlag, Wien 1921. roses, carriage, wine glasses, dress, woman wearing long gloves. Romantic. Taken from score cover

GPS satellite, artwork Featured 4 Jan 2008 Print

GPS satellite, artwork

GPS satellite. Computer artwork of a NAVSTAR (navigational signal timing and ranging) global positioning system (GPS) satellite in orbit around the earth. NAVSTAR is operated by the US Air Force for the US Department of Defence and orbits at 20, 200 kilometres. The network of 28 satellites, 24 of which are active and 4 of which are spares, provides information to military and civilian users worldwide. Uses of GPS include car and ship guidance, vehicle tracking, mapping and reconnaissance, and search and rescue

© FRIEDRICH SAURER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY